Hey mothers, aunties, big brothers and sisters: Remember the games we used to play? How it was super fun and how it boosted our intelligence? It’s about time to make a pause and play these awesome games with the kids we know. Let them drop their i-Pads. Really! Haygelhom takhalof! This isn’t good because the best games aren’t on i-store.
-Self-esteem: as the accomplishment of achieving a goal brings so much satisfaction to a child.
-Physical skills: from holding puzzle pieces and turning them until they fit.
-Cognitive skills: as they solve the problems of a puzzle.
-Emotional skills: they learn patience and are rewarded when they complete the puzzle.
– Memory if a piece doesn’t fit, the child sets it aside; but they’ll remember the piece when it’s needed.
3-Card games: Memory
Skills: Card games are great for challenging young minds and creating hours of indoor fun. It really helps in concentration and memory.
4-Board and family games
Skills: Help practice following rules, plan ahead, learn from experience,seize opportunities, budgeting, small steps can make a difference.
5-Hide and Seek
This classic game. No list of indoor games would be complete without Hide and Seek.
Skills: Gets children to be physically active. It helps them get rid of pent-up energy and also helps children learn how to socialize, work together and take turns. Hide and Seek is a great game for the winter months as it can give children something to do indoors that encourages them to run around and be active.
6-Drawing and colouring.
Skills: -Improves handwriting and using imagination.
-Drawing increases the confidence of children.
-Develops the skill of patience and helps learn how to focus on details.
Skills: Planning. Confidence, patience, discipline, focusing, analytical power, and decision-making ability of the child.
Playing with Barbies and Barbie houses have lots of benefits for girls:
Skills: Playing with Barbie dolls has the ability to influence your child’s creativity. She can create many different looks for Barbie based on how she feels and comes up with different scenarios to encourage creativity and activate that part of her taste.
9-Playing with Beads